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Jeana Tomasino

Jeana Tomasino
Playboy centerfold appearance
November 1980
Preceded by Mardi Jacquet
Succeeded by Terri Welles
Personal details
Born (1955-09-18) September 18, 1955 (age 58)
Milwaukee, Wisconsin[1]
Measurements Bust: 34"[1]
Waist: 23"
Hips: 33"
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)[1]
Weight 105 lb (48 kg; 7.5 st)

Jeana Tomasino was born on September 18, 1955 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.[1] Tomasino graduated from Whitnall High School located in Greenfield, Wisconsin in 1972. When she was younger, she worked as a model and actress, most famously in a number of videos for ZZ Top. Tomasino was also a Playboy magazine Playmate of the Month in November 1980.[2]

Tomasino currently goes by the name of Jeana Ellen Keough /ˌnə ˈk/ and is a real estate salesperson in Aliso Viejo, California.[3] She is also a former cast member of the reality show The Real Housewives of Orange County.[4]

Family

Tomasino is legally separated from her second husband Matt Keough, a second-generation major league baseball player, former pitcher for the Oakland Athletics and a special assistant to Oakland A's general manager.[5] The couple have three children: Shane, Kara and Colton. Their oldest son, Shane is a third-generation professional baseball player, having signed as a minor league outfielder in June 2006 with the Class A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics. Keough was released on July 2, 2010.[6]

Career

Tomasino appeared in several movies and television shows in the mid-1980s. As an actress, she has been credited as Jeana Tomasina or Jeana Keough.

Playboy Playmate

Tomasino was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month in November 1980.[2] In 1983, she appeared in "Playboy Video Magazine, Vol. 4."[7] Tomasino still makes occasional promotional appearances for Playboy.

Music videos

Along with Danièle Arnaud and fellow Playmate Kymberly Herrin, Tomasino was one of the three Muses in the ZZ Top music videos "Legs", "Sharp Dressed Man", "Gimme all Your Loving", and "Sleeping Bag".[7]

Reality television

As Jeana Keough, she is one of the original cast members of the reality show, The Real Housewives of Orange County, on the Bravo cable network. In season five, she appeared as a regular cast member in only three episodes.[4]

Keough is now featured as a client on the Bravo series Thintervention with Jackie Warner.

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1980 Pink Lady Herself Episode #1.3
1983 T. J. Hooker Gloria Episode #3.10: "Blue Murder"
1984 The A-Team Denise Episode #3.1: "Bullets and Bikinis"
1984 St. Elsewhere Hawkin's Dream Episode #3.8: "Sweet Dreams"
1985 Cheers Becky Episode #3.15: "King of the Hill"

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1979 The Death of Ocean View Park as Jeana Tomasina
1979 The Capture of Bigfoot Dancer as Jeana Tomasina
1981 Lovely But Deadly Woman with Stuck Zipper as Jeana Tomasina
1981 History of the World, Part I Vestal Virgin as Jeana Tomasina
1981 Looker Suzy as Jeana Tomasina
1982 The Beach Girls Ducky as Jeana Tomasina
1982 Six Pack Lonnie as Jeana Tomasina
1983 Double Exposure Renee as Jeana Tomasina
1983 10 to Midnight Karen as Jeana Tomasina
1983 Off the Wall Mrs. Buck Banner as Jeana Tomasina
1984 Up the Creek Molly as Jeana Tomasina


See also

  • List of people in Playboy 1980–1989

References

External links

  • Playboy Online
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Facebook
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